Drainage Projects

Do you have so much water accumulating in your yard that the neighborhood kids are asking to swim in your pond? Connect with an experienced Renovation Advisor to see your options.

How it works

Describe Your Project

Answer a few quick questions about your renovation and an experienced Renovation Advisors will get back to you.

Get Connected With Verified Contractors

Our Perfect Match tool will find you up to three contractors verified through our exclusive 53-point Verification Process.

Choose Your Best Contractor

Review competing bids and select the best contractor to get started, knowing we are there for you throughout your project.

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What Determines the Cost of a Drainage Project?

Many factors affect the cost of a French drain, such as

  • The size of your house
  • The space between houses
  • The equipment required

You can find yourself paying anywhere between $15,000 for small projects and $25,000+ for large projects

Why people trust us

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Verified Contractors competing for your project

Your Personal Assistant

A dedicated Renovation Advisor is assigned to your drainage project. Your Advisor will be there to schedule appointments, help you understand quotes, provide you with a Verification Report for each contractor, and support you until your renovation is complete.

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“Whether you call it a French drain or weeping tile, I understand the need for proper drainage.”

Yves

Renovation Advisor

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Best French Drain Contractors

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We want your drainage project to run smoothly, which is why we only work with highly qualified professionals.

At RenoAssistance, all of our contractors are thoroughly vetted through ourexclusive 53-point Verification Process.

Our goal is to provide you with a successful renovation from start to finish. We will have up to three contractors bid on your project to ensure you are getting the best value. We will also provide you with a Verification Report for each contractor, so you can relax knowing your project is in good hands.

What a French drain contractor can assist you with

  • Understanding your particular drainage issue
  • Explaining how a French drain works
  • Choosing the right membrane
  • Foundation repairs
  • Waterproofing
  • Choosing the right liquid-permeable filter
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Our Renovation Guide

What you will learn from the guide:

  • Important questions to ask your contractor
  • How to reduce your risk
  • How to save time and money
  • And more answers to your questions!

Frequently asked questions

What is the purpose of a French drain?

A French drain evacuates water from around the foundation walls, preventing the accumulation of water in the area and keeping water from seeping into the walls. The water collected by the drain is carried to the catchment basin (sump), which discharges it through your home’s drainage system.

How long does a French drain last?

A French drain generally begins to deteriorate after 25 years, but can be functional for up to 40 years. If your home is showing signs of moisture and your drain hasn’t yet exhausted its service life, an inspection using a camera inserted into the drain may be needed.

What are the signs that a French drain needs to be repaired or replaced?

There are a number of clues that might make you think your French drain should be inspected, the most common being: cracks in the foundation, the appearance of a whitish crust on the concrete walls of your basement, mold on the drywall, or water that seeps into the basement after heavy rains or snowmelt.

Tristan

“I am here to help you with your project and to refer you to the best drainage experts.”

Tristan

Renovation Advisor